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As of 3/26/2013..1572 views.White tiger that lives in Potawatomi zoo in South Bend, Indiana USA. I shot this in September of 2007. Shot with canon rebel 3000 v EOS K2 and used kodak tmax 100 speed black and white film.
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I love to capture photos of everything. My favorite things to take photos of are nature, fall, and big cats. I hope one day big cats can be free to roam again. They deserve to be free like us.
Beautiful! Wonderful image, Gene!!
Thanks for the comment.
One of the most beautiful animals on the planet!
Thanks Julie for the comment and the picture
Thank you SOOOO much. This really means a lot!!!! Thank you again, Gene
What a spectacular specimen. Nice capture. Well done on your feature.
Thank you very much. I am very happy.
I adore the power in his expression- but I wouldn’t wanna have to ask him for a favor!! Great shot- congratulations on the features!!
Thank you all your comments. i really love this site. Love your work too. See ya, Gene
A beautiful portrait.Tigers are my fav of the wild cats.xx
Thank you Brandie. they are my favorite animal in the world. I wish I could have one for a pet..LOL See ya, Gene
Very nice and thanks for sharing. Barb
Thank you Barb for giving Ivory another home. She is my favorite animal in the world. She lives in a zoo in South Bend, Indiana. In about another month, I can see Ivory again and take more photos of her. See ya friend, Gene
Hells to the Yeah and back again
Thanks my brother Tony
Awesome shot !!
Thanks man. I really appreciate it. Ivory is my favorite animal in the world. Cheers, Gene